Ok the first, I was born in Laredo tx spent a good few years living there then we moved to Austin. Then my dad wanted my mom and me to move to Arkansas I was still 4 or 5. My dad convinced my mom and we went, then my mom started having suspicions about my dad cheating. And it wasn 't long after that my mom caught him and we moved back to my home town Laredo but by we I mean my brother me and my mom. We had to stay at my godmothers house but we spent a good amount of time at my great grandmothers house though. Then we moved with my aunt and cousins back in austin and my mom saved and saved til we moved out into a duplex it the 04 by Linder elementary. And we started there for my first grade school year then we moved down the street from there to some other duplexes for my second grade year. And my third-year we moved into these apartments down the street from Mabel Davis fourth grade year is the year we moved by ladie Bird Lake the apartments were called Lake View. And that 's when I moved to metz elementary. …show more content…
In austin so I started 6th grade and we moved again but this time by some train tracks and I went to school at Paredes. For half a year then went to a school closer to my house called fulmore for a few months then back to Paredes to finish sixth. Then we moved up north to brownie Dr and I went to Dobie for 7th grade. Half ways through the year I moved back with my dad but when summer came along back to my mom 's . Then 8th went to Paredes with my cousin for half a year then moved back north on metric to edge creek apartments and moved to Burnet middle school. Then finished off with ALC stayed there till my 10th grade and went to crochet high. Then this so that 's all
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I grew up in Dubuque, Iowa, I live with my Mom, Dad, and my younger sister Danielle or Dani for short, I am 3 years older then her. I had a Golden Retriever named Jake, he died when I was in 3rd grade he was almost 10 years old. We occasionally visit Houghton, Michigan to see my family on my Mom's side, and go to Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin to see my dads side. Every Thanksgiving we go to Wisconsin to my cousin's farm and ride four wheelers. Dani and I are the youngest on each side of the family.
Her eyes are drifting from page to page in her book, a world that doesn’t exist-mythology comes to life, prophecies are told, and heroes are born. Though this world only exist in the series of Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Richard “Rick” Riodran. The girl that reads these books is Elizabeth Rodriguez born in Cuba on December 15, 1999, daughter of Reinaldo Rodriguez and Angela Maria Hernandez. First and foremost, I’ve lived my entire life in Hialeah, Miami, Florida. Though my birth was in Cuba, I came here as a five month baby so I’m more American than Cuban.
A few years ago I was living with my mother in Yuma. I lived with her for almost my whole life with joint custody shared between the two of my parents. I went to the school district that was in the boundaries of my mom's residence because more of the time shared between joint custody was with my mother. I always did okay in school up until two years ago. My mom has alway been a single parent ever since her and my dad split up.
Counting down time packing up clothes in about ten minutes we would be going to Corpus Christi Texas. My sister and I were born. We lived there until I was a year old and until my sister was four. Then when we arrived we would go see my uncle Mike.
I have lived in Pensacola, Florida for my whole life. I have lived in the same house since I was six years old, and before that I lived in an apartment by my elementary school. I went to Jim Allen Elementary School where I spent kindergarten through fifth grade. I had to be homeschooled for half of my first-grade year, and half of my second-grade year because I was going through cancer treatments as a young girl. I then went to Ransom Middle School for sixth and eighth-grade because I had to be homeschooled again in seventh grade due to having a major surgery.
El Paso and Ciudad Juarez lie side by side, but are separated by the Rio Grande. The border’s way of life relies on the dividing line. As a resident of Ciudad Juarez, I experience a blend of cultures on an everyday basis. However, in 2010 the unique culture of the city was darkened by the shedding violence in Ciudad Juarez. Ciudad Juarez came to be known as the deadliest city in the world.
I will start by showing students how Laredo was in the past and how has it grown among the years. Laredo started with a small population and now we are a big city with a high population. Many people do not have the education that they would like to have. People work in jobs that does not require an education and live in a minimal budget and cannot travel like they wish they could or give their children an education. I will ask students what do they want to be when they grow up.
My story takes place in Santa Fe, New Mexico. A 21 year old girl, with long brunette hair with a lean tannish body to her is moving with her family to help her mom and her dad run a ranch. At the time her family was moving, Sophia was healing from a heartbreak. Her fiance and her have been engaged for year and a half. When the wedding day come around her fiance left her at the altar, and he left the country.
I was born on January 21st, 2002 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at Allegany General Hospital. The next morning my parents brought their youngest daughter home where she would live at for only six months. After six months of living in Pennsylvania, my parents decided that the weather wasn’t ideal for them, so we set out to Palm City, Florida where we have been living for twelve years. I obviously have no memories of my life in Pennsylvania, but I have many of my life in Florida. Wow!
Then my Mom and Dad started building are old house in rolling meadows but that was the wrong thing to do. We moved two houses after that one and now we live in the house I have been living in for 3-4-5 years. I love spending time with my family and doing things with them whenever I get the chance. And one more thing I can´t wait for is my new baby brother Cruse coming in in
All I remember from when I was little is moving from house to house. I never got to stay in one place for the same amount of time. The house wasn't in a good location or the school wasn't good enough or family was to far. I never really liked moving because it seemed like when I was just getting a friend group or finally getting settled in we had to move again. There was never a reason of why we had to move, I was told that we are moving soon.
San Antonio It was five months after I realized that we were serious, five months and two days both of our families were getting together to go out of town to San, Antonio Texas. You have to take the time to realize it was both of our own families together who have hardly ever met, to be together for two days. Though I was nervous, it never scared me for the fact that it was her I was going to be with for two days. The day came, it was the mid-July up at six am ready to hit the road ready for this small getaway.
One cold spring morning in the fourth grade, we arrived at school at 6:00am. We walked through the door at McDole Elementary School in Montgomery, Illinois. I was excited for big day ahead of me we were going to Springfield! The whole fourth grade students and parents were all packed in the lunch room waiting for the buses to arrive at school so we could head to our first stop in Springfield. A few months before we left on our trip to springfield we spent most of our time after lunch in the afternoon in social studies/science time learning tons about the president Abraham Lincoln.
Being a 16 year old mother in school is difficult. I was born in Saint Albans, Vermont but moved to Burlington, Vermont when I was only six years old and grew up there until 8th grade. 8th grade I moved back to Saint Albans. Moving back to my hometown after seven years was a hard transition. Leaving all of my friends and having to start a new life where everything is completely different gave me a lot of anxiety and pushed me to be a whole different person.